FOR the second week in a row, Gala Fairydean Rovers are at home for a Lowland League fixture.
This Saturday BSC Glasgow are the visitors to the 3G Arena. Gala won 3-2 away from home on the opening day of the season but the teams are now locked together on the same points in the league table so it is a big match for both teams.
Premier Club cards apply for this match. Otherwise the admission prices are £5 for adults and £3 concessions.
Kick off at Netherdale is 3p.m.
HALF TIME DRAW
The winner of the Gala Fairydean Rovers 50-50 Half Time Draw at Saturday's game against Dalbeattie Star was a visiting supporter who won £33.50. Well done to wee Bob for selling the tickets.
The winner of the Gala Fairydean Rovers Bonus Ball competition with number 22 was Ewan Docherty who won £75.
The Fabio syndicate - comprising Kenny Wilson, Kenny Nicol, Bruce Noble, Snug Wilson and Robert Fairburn - was the winner of the Gala Fairydean Rovers Lotto draw with numbers 3, 5 and 20. They share £1,000.
The under 13s are the only youths team in action at home this weekend. They entertain Dunbar United Colts in a league match at the 3G Arena on Sunday, kick off 11a.m.
The under 14s worked hard but eventually went down 8-1 at home to Leith Athletic Colts on Sunday. There is no game this weekend for this age group.
The under 16s are away to Longniddry Villa Colts on Sunday. Transport times to be confirmed at training.
The under 17s are away to Edinburgh City in a league match this Saturday. Transport times to be confirmed at training.
WELL done to seven-year-old Joey Nixon - who attends Burgh Primary and plays for Tweedbank Thistle - for being the mascot at Saturday's match between Gala Fairydean Rovers and Dalbeattie Star.
A minutes silence was held at Saturday's Gala Fairydean Rovers game against Dalbeattie Star in memory of the late Helen Walker. Helen was the wife of former Gala Rovers manager Jimmy Walker. Helen worked tirelessly behind the scenes for three decades at the Rovers filling a variety of positions including treasurer of the club. Everyone at Netherdale wishes to pass on our sincerest condolences to Helen's family."